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Atypical Glandular Cell Of Undetermined Significance

Atypical Glandular Cell Of Undetermined Significance

Atypical glandular cell of undetermined significance, common wart, venereal wart and cervical dysplasia are often associated with HPV. To monitor the problem and determine the need for treatment the patient should have more frequent Pap tests, especially those at risk for cervical cancer. Often these changes heal by their own, especially if the immune system is strong enough. Atypical glandular cell of undetermined significance, common wart, venereal wart and cervical dysplasia are often associated with HPV.

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Atypical Glandular Cell Of Undetermined Significance

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Wart, Venereal Wart

If a woman had several abnormal Pap smear tests, she has to undergo coploscopy and cervical biopsy to determine the nature of these changes. AGUS and ASCUS mean minor changes on the surface of the cervix, usually not causing cancer. Atypical glandular cell of undetermined significance, common wart, venereal wart and cervical dysplasia are often associated with HPV.

Other Topics: HPV Test, HPV, HPV Picture, Condition HPV More Treatment, Pregnant with HPV, Human Papilloma Virus, Human Papilloma Virus Vaccine , Cervical Dysplasia Natural Treatment, Pap Smear, Condyloma

Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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